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Saturday, May 28, 2022


ARROW Foundation offers solutions for literacy regression due to pandemic

Managing Director of the ARROW Foundation, Christopher Bonterre, says the pandemic conditions have had an impact on children’s literacy and learning skills, hence the need for the remedial learning ARROW is now offering.

Ayannah Fleming: Finding Freedom

In 2018, attorney Ayannah Fleming packed her bags and jetted off to Nicaragua on a two-week adventure as part of a travel experience called...

Remember to keep your eyes healthy during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Ronnie Bhola of the Trinidad Eye Hospital, in keeping with May as Healthy Vision Awareness month, took the opportunity to share with Guardian Media some important reminders to keep one’s eyes healthy, during this pandemic.

T&T war dead from WWI and WWII honoured in Belgium

Ten persons who lost their lives during the First World War (WWI) and the Second World War (WWII), who either were born in Trinidad and Tobago or had family connections here, were remembered and honoured recently as the T&T Embassy to the Kingdom of Belgium joined with that country to commemorate the 103rd Anniversary of the signing of the armistice on 11 November 1918, which ended the First World War—on the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” in 1918.

Peace Pole installed in capital city

on Tuesday 21st September 2021, the capital observed International Peace Day with the unveiling of a Peace Pole in front of the statute of world-famous cricketer Brian Lara, on the Brian Lara Promenade.

Mission Giveback shares groceries and computer tablets

The 1st Choice Family Services (1stCFS) of the USA recently handed out thousands of dollars’ worth of school supplies, toys and food, to families and homeless individuals in Trinidad, who needed it the most during the Yuletide season.

URP workers get Farmer-to-Farmer Training at Spring Garden

Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) participants registered in a three-year ‘Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F)’ virtual training programme of the University of the West Indies and the Purdue University, got a chance to put theory into practice this week, when they commenced practical agricultural training at a private nursery in Spring Gardens, Tobago.

The “Sitting” Disease… Did COVID-19 worsen our risks?

HEALTH PLUS MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT The world is experiencing an unprecedented, life-altering challenge due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many persons are still becoming adjusted to this...

Always® continues missions to #EndPeriodPoverty and keep more girls in school

Always® says in 2022, the aim is to donate over 160,000 sanitary pads to seven secondary schools in Trinidad and Tobago...

Why does my back hurt so much?

If you have ever had lower back pain stop you from doing what you want, you’re not alone! Lower back pain is one of...


Fire destroys apartment building in Princes Town

Over a dozen people are homeless tonight after a fire destroyed an apartment building in Princes Town. Among the affected is a...

Weather Forecast for May 28

Weather Forecast for May 28 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCcmnys57QE

Prison, Fire Officers wants starting offer of 10%

Prison and Fire Officers are tonight telling the Chief Personnel Officer that they will only start wage discussions at 10 percent. Accompanied...

Bamboo Village flood pump fire-bombed

Residents of Bamboo Village were spared a major disaster last night after someone allegedly fire-bombed a flood pump in the area. It's...

Business Watch: ANSA McAL completes acquisition of Monte Plata Solar Farm

Once bitten, twice shy. That's how ANSA McAL's Group CEO Anthony N Sabga III describes the conglomerate's approach to cyber-security following a...